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  • On the other hand, I can thankfully report that I think Sledding With Tigers do a good job of taking the sound they established on the debut record and exploring with it


    • by grimmy101
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      The Hill Sheep is the second album released by Sledding With Tigers. Although I will say that some of the tracks on this album felt similar to some of the songs that were present on the band’s debut release, No Randy No, I can thankfully say that this album doesn’t simply feel like the band is doing what they’ve already done in the past.

      In terms of similarities to their debut record, some


      of the tracks certainly do continue to feel as if they thrive on energy rather than the actual songwriting, although they still make for some of the most enjoyable songs on the record such as 5432Fun or Ten Fourty-Five.

      On the other hand, I can thankfully report that I think Sledding With Tigers do a good job of taking the sound they established on the debut record and exploring with it.

      For example, the ...


      • band starts off the track with Plans which introduces the album with a violin, an instrument that wasn’t present at all on the first record.

        In addition to the violin, the band embraces outside instrumentation several times throughout the record such as with a mandolin being in prominence in certain tracks as well.

        In addition, I think that the band does a good job of exploring a more melodic sound as well, particularly

        on the album’s closing song The Prettiest Sound That Rain Makes.

        On an even better note, the band also has some songs on this record where they demonstrate their melodic and more energetic talents in the same song such as on Sick And Tired/Sick And Tired or Going To Georgia.

        Overall, I find each song on The Hill Sheep to be strong at the very least and overall it makes for a very enjoyable listen.




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